A favourite quote from a favourite author, and a fabulously insightful human being.

“When you write something… you can place the tiniest piece of information you have so that it sounds like the tip of the iceberg of a vast amount of knowledge. Very often, it isn’t.” Douglas Adams
I always appreciate it when people find the information that I have posted helpful and useful. But no matter how much detail I cram in, please, bear in mind that there is always more to learn, more to know. Don’t ever take it as read that you have found all the available facts you need, but use those I have provided as a springboard for your search, signposts, to point you in the right direction…

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